RollKall Launches ‘One-Stop Shop’ Feature on Platform Connecting Law Enforcement Officers to Off-Duty Jobs

The Irving-based company, which is the nation’s leading provider of off-duty and “extra-duty” law enforcement staffing, has also announced the hiring of B2B tech expert Tara Bryant as its new chief commercial officer.

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After becoming the largest off-duty and “extra-duty” law enforcement staffing solutions and services provider last year, RollKall is continuing to make a name for itself in the industry by launching a first-of-its-kind software platform feature.

RollKall Connect is meant to further the Irving-based company’s mission of connecting off-duty law enforcement officers (LEOs) to businesses and communities by acting as a one-stop shop, according to a statement. 

Through the new feature, extra-duty jobs can be set up and managed by law enforcement agencies (LEAs) and businesses, while also making it easier for LEOs to find jobs and facilitate payments.

Through the RollKall platform and the Connect feature, businesses are able to protect their physical locations by hiring LEOs as visible crime deterrents, post detailed and customizable job descriptions, and oversee all facets of the extra-duty staffing process, according to RollKall.

“Local police officers know the pulse and heartbeat of their cities,” Steven Power, president of RollKall, said in a statement. “By working these extra-duty details, LEOs are able to support businesses—and in turn, businesses and communities are able to form positive relationships with their local officers through the visibility and transparency our platform creates.”

So far, RollKall has been used in 38 states.


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Along with releasing its newest feature, RollKall also announced the appointment of Tara Bryant to its chief commercial officer position. According to RollKall, Bryant has over 20 years of experience in B2B technology and is in the law enforcement family.

“RollKall’s mission to connect officers and communities is what first caught my attention,” Bryant said in a statement. “Police officers already do so much in our communities, and coordinating extra-duty staffing can be a cumbersome process​—and substantial ​time investment.”

Bryant will be supporting RollKall’s customers as they transition to the new Connect feature and will continue building relationships with LEAs and other businesses.

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